Beans do not grow on the farm. Lima beans do, but alas no Great Beans, kidney beans, or pinto beans. This occurred to me this day and this moment after spending a heated afternoon pulling lima beans from the long 7 foot vines. Here it is, late September in the year 2007 and we have enough beans to supply the lima bean population for the next two years. This recipe is NOT about lima beans though. We do however; have tomatoes. But this isn't a recipe about tomatoes either, sure--feel free to chuck a tomato into this dip, but certainly not a necessity. How much fun can you envision when throwing this together first thing on a Saturday or Sunday morning and enjoy relaxing at night during a cool spell and sit by your honey, your dog, your cat, your hamster, your ant house. Just pick up some old bread and make bread sticks if you have to, or those old tortilla chips sitting right there in back of your snack cupboard. Add pinto beans if you want, you can even add lima beans to the dip if you are so inclined. Just feast, just feel the moment, just enjoy the art of eating. Relish the moment like you've never relished it before.